Credit: Jenny RisherAlice Cooper turned 73 today, and in celebration of his birthday, the shock rocker is releasing a new single from his forthcoming studio album, Detroit Stories, a tune titled “Social Debris” that’s available as a free download for 24 hours at AliceCooper-DetroitStories.com. Cooper says the song, which heRead More →

Cole Bennetts/Getty ImagesOlivia Newton-John says she is “feeling great” and had nothing but positive news to share about her ongoing cancer battle. Newton-John, who was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer in 2017, says she continues to count her blessings as she heads into a very busy 2021. Talking with People inRead More →

Chiaki Nozu/WireImageRush fans have been hoping that the band’s surviving members — guitarist Alex Lifeson and singer/bassist Geddy Lee — will eventually work on music together again following the group’s retirement from touring in 2015 and the 2020 death of drummer Neil Peart. Now, Lifeson has revealed that he definitelyRead More →

UMC/MercuryDire Straits‘ hugely successful 1985 studio album, Brothers in Arms, and frontman Mark Knopfler‘s soundtrack to the 1983 film Local Hero, will be reissued on 180-gram vinyl on March 19. Both albums were mastered at half speed at London’s Abbey Road Studios by acclaimed engineer by Miles Showell. The BrothersRead More →

Sergei BobylevTASS via Getty ImagesWho says you can’t go home…to Jon Bon Jovi‘s house?  You can, if you’ve got $20 million. The estate in Red Bank, New Jersey, is listed for sale on Realtor.com. The 18,000-square-foot mansion, built in 1999, is known as High Point Estate, and looks like itRead More →

ABC/Image Group LADolly Parton is updating her classic workplace anthem, “9 to 5,” in honor of those who get home from their day jobs just to spend their evenings working on their side hustle. The new song, “5 to 9,” is part of an ad campaign for website creation andRead More →

Phil Dent/RedfernsIf you’ve got a Whitney Houston fan in your life, forget about going to the drug store and searching through the half-empty racks for that perfect Valentine’s Day card…because now there’s an easy way to tell them that you will always love them. The late legend’s online boutique isRead More →

Courtesy of Queen; Germaine ValentineQueen‘s Brian May has paid tribute to late Animals guitarist Hilton Valentine by posting a pair of videos in which he plays — and discusses — the famous intro part that Valentine created for The Animals’ classic 1964 version of “The House of the Rising Sun.”Read More →

Dark Horse Records A new Joe Strummer compilation called Assembly showcasing the late Clash frontman’s solo work will be released on March 26. The 16-track collection mainly features songs Strummer recorded with his longtime backing band The Mescaleros, and also includes “Love Kills,” Joe’s contribution to the soundtrack of theRead More →

Courtesy of Best Bet PromotionsDon McLean is featured on a new a cappella version of his legendary 1971 anthem “American Pie” by the country vocal quintet Home Free that was released as a digital single last week in commemoration of the song’s 50th anniversary this year. Home Free, which wonRead More →